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Jimmy Butler’s hilarious response as to whether NBA Finals Game 3 was his best game ever
- Updated: October 5, 2020
It was one of the best Finals performances in recent memory, but Butler said that it was not the best game of his career.
In fact, what he considers his best game ever is not what you’d expect.
— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) October 5, 2020
“Probably not,” Butler responded when asked if Game 3 was the best game he ever played given the circumstances. “I was really good whenever I was at high school, and I played in this league where I played against like all 45-year-old men, and I really dominated whenever I was like 17. This is up there, but back then I was killing them.”
Leave it to Butler to downplay what an amazing performance he had in Game 3.
Now, the Heat need Butler to stay hot as they look to even the series in Tuesday’s Game 4.